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|Now the correction of this quack practice is to import into Education the wisdom of |
life. Leave this military hurry and adopt the pace of Nature. Her secret is patience.
Do you know how the naturalist learns all the secrets of the forest, of plants, ...
|Nature adheres to her own timing, and when we connect to her rhythm, we |
discover a sense of utter peacefulness. Ralph Waldo Emerson sums it up this
way: “Adopt the pace of Nature. Her secret is patience.” Unfortunately, in today's
|8/4/10 Adopt the pace of nature, her secret is patience.* Adopt the pace ofnature, |
her secret is patience. Time passes slowly, but the results are audacious. My
sunflowers are huge now and unblinking. When they're watching, who knows
|Adopt the pace of nature: Her secret is patience. —Ralph Waldo Emerson Either |
to rekindle the memory of concepts learned or to provide new information, this
book explores the theoretical underpinnings of developmental psychology ...
|Nature thrives on patience; man on impatience. Patience is not active; on the |
contrary, it is active, it is concentrated strength. Adopt the pace of nature; her
secret is patience. Or be like a mule. A mule will labor ten years willingly and
|the time, she was experiencing high-level stress in her work, but as I watched her |
gardening, she was very relaxed. ... If you said nature's peace, think again. ...
Remember Emerson's words, "Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience.
|Artist Janet Echelman named the piece after a line in a Ralph Waldo Emerson |
poem (“Adopt the pace of nature; her secret is patience”), sayingherwork
wasinspired by Arizona's monsoon clouds and saguaro cactus blossoms, though
|The pace of a horse on a country road affords time for contemplation. When |
Amish farmers plant seeds, they don't expect to get a crop to harvest overnight.
Ralph Waldo Emerson once wrote, “Adopt the pace of Nature. Her secret is
|William Penn “Patience surpasses learning.” — Old proverb “Patience attains all |
it strives for.” — St. Theresa “Patience and fortitude conquer all things.” — “Adopt
the pace of nature, her secret is patience.” — Emerson “Patience, and shuffle ...
|PATIENCE. In the great inconstancy and crowd of events, nothing is certain |
except the past. — Seneca. Time past, even God ... PATIENCE. Adopt the pace of
Nature : her secret is patience. — Emerson. Everything comes if a man will only